BAPTISMS FOR JULY
Sunday, July 14, after Mass
Pasternack family – son, Benjamin
WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE
Mass times for parishes within our Center South Columbus deanery are:
The quarterly Jordon
Conference for parents who wish to have a child baptized will be held on
The weekend of
Extraordinary Ministers are reminded to cleanse the vessels after each Mass
TIME ALTAR SERVER LECTOR EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER SACRISTAN
Madeleine and Yeats McDonald John Lamotte Chris Hilles, open,
Abigail Gischel, DeCarlo Benito Tina Nierman open, open Tina Nierman
Charlie Collins Rick Driscoll
Edie Collins, Lulu Collins Jon Erikson Bertha Hilsheimer, Frank & Mary Wickham Frances Melton
Anna Lynch, open Pam Makowski Carolyn Zeisler, Kim Anderson
Ben Weilbacher Rick Makowski Joe Maly, Mary Beth Maly Frances Melton
Collection counters for the 3rd Sunday of the month: Frances Melton and Lin Duren
HIDDEN TREASURES BANQUET
Holy Family Soup Kitchen and The Jubilee Museum will
have their 4th Annual Hidden Treasures Banquet on Sunday, July 28,
2013 at the downtown Renaissance Hotel from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. Silent
Auction: 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.; dinner and program 7:00 to 9:00p.m. Fr. Kevin Lutz, founder of the
SUMMER SOCIAL @ JOSEPHINUM
The 3rd Annual Summer Social at the Pontifical College Josephinum will be held Wednesday, July 17th from to Stop in and tour the Pontifical College Josephinum, chat with some Seminarians and enjoy Rita’s Italian Ice! Everyone is invited! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 15th.
2013 CATHOLIC WOMAN/
YOUNG CATHOLIC WOMAN OF THE YEAR….Sunday,
need to be received by
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Bishop Campbell Birthday Gala!
To celebrate Bishop Campbell’s 70th
birthday, parishioners, clergy, and civic leaders from around the Diocese will
gather for a gala on
“People today put more trust in witnesses than in teachers, in experience than in teaching, and in life and action than in theories. The witness of a Christian life is the first and irreplaceable form of mission: Christ, whose mission we continue, is the ‘witness' par excellence and the model of all Christian witness.” -John Paul II
Those desiring to become Catholic or who want to learn more about their faith please keep in mind that we will kick off another year of RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) in late August or early September. Please watch the bulletin for additional information.
annual Saint Mary
Homecoming festival is set for
· Inside gambling, Instant ticket sales, set up and Sunday clean up
Over the next three (3) weekends there will be a representative from the festival committee at the rear of the Church after each of the Masses to sign you up for one of the many volunteer tasks and answer your questions. This event annually welcomes home to Saint Mary alumni from both the parish and the school. Old friendships are renewed, new memories made as folks gather to remember the special times they shared at Saint Mary.
Each registered parish family can stop by the table located at the rear of Church and pick up their raffle tickets which will be alphabetically arranged by family.
BREAKFAST with the BISHOP
Join us for Catholic
Social Services’ 21st annual Breakfast
with the Bishop, to be held on
Bishop Campbell will share his thoughts on Technology and Its Effects on Faith and Today’s Society. Joining Bishop Campbell, will be Matt Swaim, author of Prayer in the Digital Age, who will offer his reflections as a scholar on the topic.
We encourage all parishioners to join Bishop Campbell for breakfast and to learn more about this timely topic and the impact it has on our families. Individual tickets are available for $40 each. To inquire about purchasing tickets or an event sponsorship, please contact Emma Helms at 614-857-1238 or email@example.com
PARTISH GRANT INFORMATION
We have been blessed to receive a Capital grant in the amount of $18,000.00 distributed by The Catholic Foundation this year from the Challenge in Changing Times Grants. These funds will be devoted to addressing the cost of the Church roof ventilation project and the roof repair. We are proud that the value of our parish is being acknowledged and supported.
We are grateful to the donors who contribute to The Catholic Foundation that make these grants possible. Everyone can contribute at any time to the funds for our parish or those used for granting. The Catholic Foundation is a non-profit autonomous organization that receives and manages assets to provide funding for the parishes, schools and ministries within our Catholic community. If you would like more information on contributing to existing funds that support our ministries, or would like to work on a planned gift of your own, please contact Scott Hartman (firstname.lastname@example.org) at The Catholic Foundation, 614/443-8893.